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Halloween Pets

Dogs and owners dress up to raise money for Animal Care & Control animal cruelty prevention team Saturday at Headwaters Park. Video by Cathie Rowand

ABOVE: Layla casts a giggle spell on her fellow witch, 4-year-old Harper Long, during Saturday’s event.

Horsing around at Halloween for Pets

Dressed as Catwoman, Tyra Fragodt, 8, walks her dog, Marlie – decked out as a hippo ballerina – during Halloween for Pets on Saturday at Headwaters Park. The event was a fundraiser for Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control’s animal cruelty prevention team, which fights pet neglect and overpopulation through education, rescue and law enforcement.
Photos by Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
RIGHT: Erica Klaehn and her dogs followed an Old MacDonald’s farm theme: Cooper, left, wore a cow costume, and Chloe dressed as a duck.

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